Modules for LINC-8
ethan.dicks at gmail.com
Tue Feb 3 00:50:49 CST 2009
On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 1:28 AM, Pontus <pontus at update.uu.se> wrote:
> William Donzelli wrote:
>>> I do need your help for the purpose of the restoration of a LINC-8, Serial#
>>> 4. This systems is not my own property but is belonging to the Museum of the
>>> University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Bavaria.
>> I have a gutted LINC-8 as well, and also need buckets of modules.
>> Luckily the core stack remains.
> I believe that only 130 (or so) LINC-8's were made.
Was it really that few? I know that some of the older 12-bit machines
were made in small quantities (like ~1000 -8/Ses), but I had no idea
that one could count LINC-8s in dozens.
> With your three machines I know of four survivors :) And have a hunch
> were there are at least one more.
Are you including the ones that Charlie Lasner has?
I visited him about 15 years ago and saw at least one of them, along
with a whole lot of other stuff I'd never seen anywhere else (and I
own several intact R-series-logic machines - sorry... no pile of
module spares; I wish I did have extras).
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